Hyderabad: Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana on Sunday said learning does not stop at university in the legal profession, rather it begins after it and it is unending.
“Legal profession is interdisciplinary and inter-sectional. Law as an instrument is deeply embedded and derived out of our social realities. Therefore, a successful practitioner of law must also be well versed with literature, philosophy, history, economics and politics of the land,” the Chief Justice said during the 18th convocation ceremony of Nalsar University.
The CJI expressed his happiness over Nalsar University of Law transforming into one of the top-most law universities in the country and for the students of this university making a mark in the International programmes.
Recalling his association with the Nalsar University, the Chief Justice said, “You will be surprised to know that this huge university had started functioning from a small bungalow in Barkatpura. I was part of a collective endeavour to set up a world class law university in Hyderabad along the lines of National Law School, Bengaluru. This robust institution took shape with active support of the then government.”
Telangana High Court Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, who is also the Chancellor of the Nalsar University, handed over degree certificates to the students. The Chancellor also presented the gold medals to the students who stood top in all levels. LLB students — Maitrayee and Abhijit Singh — won six gold medals each for their academic performance.
Faizan Mustafa, the Vice-Chancellor of University, said Nalsar has been assigned A grade status and stood top among the national law universities in the country.
He also expressed his gratitude to the Telangana sta te government and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao for the financial assistance of Rs 6.43 crore for procuring e-books and others....